Woven placemats by award-winning textile designer Sandy Chilewich. Durable vinyl-weave linens wipe clean. 14" x 19".
Available by the letter—–pick and choose a sweet message for the hostess with the mostest.
All serious cooks have one do-or-die utensil that they simply cannot live without—be it extralong ryoribashi or a dimpled copper pot for melting butter. We canvassed professionals and amateurs alike to share their favorite everyday instruments and the stories behind why they return to these items meal after meal.
Le Creuset’s pretty and practical kettles quickly boil water for tea, French-press coffee, oatmeal and more. At home in both traditional and contemporary kitchens, this classic design combines the elegant styling of an antique with elements of modern technology. This kettle features a unique locking handle and heat-resistant phenolic knob for easy lifting, pouring and cleaning. Single-tone whistle lets you know when water reaches a rolling boil.
Presentation is a big slice of the pie when it comes to entertaining. These handcrafted cutting boards made from Vermont maple are ideal for charcuterie or cheese trays—and will look just as good on their own, long after the food is gone.
- The kitchen of the future just arrived a few minutes ago, and it’s brought some pretty interesting new gadgets along with it.
These handmade, bias-cut beech wood Avva serving boards from Teroforma are so simple, we imagine they'd go perfectly with any interior decor, hors d'oeuvre, or main dish. Easy clean-up-- just wipe and rinse-- strengthens the case for these beautifully plain platters.